Category Archives: PT

Career Corner: 6 Reasons Candidates Are Choosing Contracting as a Lifestyle

by Debbie Fledderjohann There has been a lot of buzz around contract staffing as the number of contract workers continues to break records.  However, the talk usually surrounds why companies are gravitating toward contracting.  The fact is of the matter is that candidates … Continue reading

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6-Year Old Gets 3D Printed Bionic Arm

[Source:  ABC News] In just eight weeks a team of grad students at the University of Central Florida pioneered a prosthetic, created with a 3D printer,  that costs $350! Watch this Wonderful Story on ABC Learn More About the … Continue reading

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PediaStaff Interview Tip of the Week: Phone Interviews

Many times a telephone interview is conducted for contract or temporary positions, in lieu of a face-to-face meeting.  Although a contract job is not a “commitment for life,” the employer holding the phone will be looking for a strong indication … Continue reading

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Postural Stability and Cerebral Palsy

[Source:  Pediatric Physical Therapy via Your Therapy Source] Pediatric Physical Therapy published research comparing postural stability during static upright standing between 45 children with cerebral palsy (CP) and 45 age-matched peers with typical development (TD) ages 5-12 years old. A posturography … Continue reading

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Therapy Clinicians Needed for Survey: Your Use of Clinical Reasoning and Evidence Based Practice

Editor’s Note:  A therapist applicant, of ours, Angela Benfield, has asked us for help to find SLP, OT, PTs who would be interested in participating in a survey being conducted for her dissertation.   The survey will ask you to answer … Continue reading

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